@Paytm Can you modify your title to Binod? Be a sport. C’mon.
— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) 1596821559000
“Done,” replied Paytm to the tweet.
For these of you questioning who Binod is, it is among the newest memes doing rounds on social media. The title went viral after a latest video of fashionable YouTuber Slayy Point.
Titled ‘Why Indian Comments Section is Garbage (BINOD)’, the video takes a dig at kinds of feedback made by Indians on-line.
The meme has now taken over the web with many organisations — nationwide and state — utilizing it to creatively ship messages to their potential customers. For instance, the nation’s largest public sector financial institution State Bank of India (SBI) has tweeted utilizing #Binod to unfold consciousness about on-line security whereas banking. “Only if everybody behaved like #Binod when on-line, there could be lesser fraud stories,” says the SBI’s tweet. It additionally has a picture that reads ‘This is Binod. Binod likes sharing his personal title on social media, not his financial institution particulars’.
Only if everybody behaved like #Binod when on-line, there could be lesser fraud stories. #CyberSafety #OnlineFraud… https://t.co/xVbfcCLGC0
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) 1596895391000
“Dear #binod , we hope your title shouldn’t be your on-line password. It’s fairly viral, change it now! #OnlineSecurity,” tweeted the Mumbai Police.
Dear #binod , we hope your title shouldn’t be your on-line password. It’s fairly viral, change it now! #OnlineSecurity
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) 1596800220000